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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club | Carl Barât and the Jackals: Albert Hall, Manchester – live review

Black Rebel Motor Cycle Club supported by Carl Barât and the Jackals at the Albert Hall Manchester on 29th June 2015 review.

Frenzal Rhomb: Sound Control, Manchester – live review

Dave Beech gets his second dose of Aussie Punk in as many days as he catches Sydney's Frenzal Rhomb on their first UK tour in eleven years.

The Rezillos: Zero – album review

Edinburgh's technicolor starship troopers, The Rezillos, return to the fray three and a half decades after their first epochal album

Sleater-Kinney: Albert Hall, Manchester – live review

Sleater-Kinney's first UK tour for 10 years brought them to Manchester's Albert Hall last night.

The Front Bottoms: The Garage, London – live review

The Front Bottoms The Garage, London September 5th 2014 The pop-punk/emo revival of the last few years has left a bitter taste in the mouth's of purists,...

The Copyrights: Report – album review

The Copyrights - Report (Red Scare Records) DL/CD Out Now Illinois pop-punkers The Copyrights keep the true definition of the genre alive with this, their sixth studio...

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